Watching the Silver Ball Bounce – Play Pinball at Pacific Pinball Museum – Alameda, CA, U.S.A. March 25, 2017
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Category: Action, California, design, History, Photography Tagged: Alameda, bounce, bumpers, California, flippers, games, history, Pacific Pinball Museum, pinball, play, points, score, silver ball
Yes it is. I went there with my brother-in-law because he played a lot of pinball when he was in college. I wanted to photograph and he wanted to play. That worked out well.
Tim thank you. I’m playing around with some more that have the silver ball zinging around.
Brings back memories of my misspent youth :>)
I’m pleased that the image brought back memories. Hopefully positive ones.
Pinball Wizard 🙂
I tried but I could play and shoot at the same time. The wizard was my brother-in-law who played while I shot.
As a youth, I was a bit of a pinball junkie… 🙂 –Curt
Curt, I’m glad it brought back memories. I hope they were positive.
Absolutely, Tim. It was my Saturday afternoon entertainment at the bowling alley in Placerville. I work in the morning at my job as janitor of the Episcopal Church and then head over to the Hangtown Bowl. A dime would occupy me for a couple of hours and I always left a number of free games on the machine for the next guy. 🙂 –Curt
That sounds like that was a lot of fun. Such good memories.
… and tilting.
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